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NAME

           nextword
          - display next predicted words (in reverse order)

SYNOPSIS

       nextword [-t] [-r] [-s spname] [-v] {prefix}

DESCRIPTION

       Given a partial (part of) sentence from the end, it outputs the next words allowed in the
       specified grammar.

       .dfa, .dict and .term files are needed to execute. They can be generated from .grammar and
       .voca file by mkdfa.

       Please note that the latter part of sentence should be given, since the main 2nd pass does
       a right-to-left parsing.

OPTIONS

        -t
          Input / Output in category name. (default: word)

        -r
          Enter in reverse order

        -s  spname
          the name string of short-pause word to be supressed (default: "sp")

        -v
          Debug output.

EXAMPLES

       Exmple output of a sample grammar "fruit":

          % nextword fruit
          Stat: init_voca: read 36 words
          Reading in term file (optional)...done
          15 categories, 36 words
          DFA has 26 nodes and 42 arcs
          -----
          command completion is disabled
          -----
          wseq > A BANANA </s>
          [wseq: A BANANA </s>]
          [cate: (NUM_1|NUM_1|A|A) FRUIT_SINGULAR NS_E]
          PREDICTED CATEGORIES/WORDS:
                              NS_B (<s> )
                              HAVE (HAVE )
                              WANT (WANT )
                              NS_B (<s> )
                              HAVE (HAVE )
                              WANT (WANT )

SEE ALSO

        mkdfa ( 1 ) ,
        generate ( 1 ) ,
        accept_check ( 1 )

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 1997-2000 Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan

       Copyright (c) 1991-2008 Kawahara Lab., Kyoto University

       Copyright (c) 2000-2005 Shikano Lab., Nara Institute of Science and Technology

       Copyright (c) 2005-2008 Julius project team, Nagoya Institute of Technology

LICENSE

       The same as Julius.

                                            10/02/2008                                NEXTWORD(1)